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📕 What is SQL review?

General
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The process of reviewing the SQL schema change. A typical SQL review starts when the Developer opens a schema change ticket, then a DBA will be assigned the ticket to review and approve/reject the change. If the change is approved, then it will be applied to the database by the tooling system. Bytebase has built-in support for this SQL review workflow.

Safer and faster database change and version control for DBAs and Developers

Bytebase is an open source, web-based database schema change and version control tool for teams. It offers a web-based collaboration workspace to help DBAs and Developers manage the lifecycle of application database schemas.

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Features

SQL Review

A dedicated review workflow and UI for Developers and DBAs to collaborate on schema changes. Assisted by built-in advisor such as backward compatibility checks.

Database-as-Code

Integrate with VCS hosting the migration scripts. Migration pipeline is triggered on observing new script push event.

Streamlined Deployment

Support multi-tenant (M), multi-environment (N) schema change in a single M*N change matrix pipeline.

SQL Editor

Easy-to-use query interface to SELECT database records.

Migration History

Record the full migration history with side-by-side diff comparison between versions.

Anomaly Center

Periodically scan all managed instances and databases and provide user a holistic view to see all anomalies.

Drift Detection

Periodically scan all managed instances and databases and provide user a holistic view to see all anomalies.

Backup and Restore

Per-database automatic and manual backup. Environment specific backup schedule policy. Restore to new database with the entire restored migration history chain.

Role-based Access Control

Two role set. Owner, DBA, Developer for workspace. Owner, Developer for project.